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(Norse mythology) the primeval giant slain by Odin and his brothers and from whose body they created the world: the sea from his blood

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En el segundo nivel estan: Midgard, tierra media, jardin o tierra de los humanos, que fue creado a partir de las cejas de Ymir, el gigante primigenio; Nidavellir, una sala de oro que es tierra de la estirpe de los enanos; Jotunheim, tierra de los jotunn o gigantes, y Svartalfheim, tierra de los elfos oscuros.
With stellar supporting players (including Carl Reiner and Howard Morris) and Hall-of-Fame writers (including Mel Brooks, Neil Simon and later Larry Gelbart and Woody Allen), landsmen all, the programs created some of the decade's funniest moments, including hilarious parodies of From Here to Eternity and This Is Ymir Life.
Knowin is believin take it as thikkin or paperkin no matter the Divider hold us all What some as calls Ymir and some Goliath most to sayin Fin just so Fin the Divider as lay down to restin to dreamin long as that lamprey no matter
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 26, 2006 - (JCN) - YMIR Link Inc.
The Ymir architecture (Thorisson 1999) presents relatively general modularization principles, using module types such as perceptors, deciders, and actions with subtypes, in a way that clearly distinguishes their roles and mechanisms.
Saturn's old moons are Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Titan, Hyperion, Iapetus, Pan, Atlas, Prometheus, Pandora, Epimetheus, Janus, Calypso, Telesto, Helene and Phoebe, and her new moons are Ymir, Paaliaq, Tarvos, Ijiraq, Suttung, Kiviuq, Mundilfari, Albiorix, Skadi, Erriapo, Siarnaq, Thrym.
Survivors include a son, Brian Currie of British Columbia; a daughter, Gloria Currie of Ymir, B.
Sanskrit vala-) said to have been created by the Avestan hero Yima (a character found in many Indo-European mythologies, for example as Vedic Yama, later Indian Rama, Norse Ymir, Roman Remus): an underground chamber in which other creatures and he supposedly survived an extended period of cold, snow, and ice--during which time the Mazdean faith is believed to have been introduced into that isolated, pure space and preached to the creatures there.
The Vikings thought that Odin and his brothers had built Middle Earth from the body of the giant Ymir.
In the melting snow--shaped by the cold but brought to life by the heat--the first creature came into being, a giant named Ymir.